I'm sorry, but the Bulgarian system is much tougher. At least my university. There is nearly 70% of people who just fail and leave university because it's that tough. I've seen exams and projects that have been given to people from similar majors like mine in the UK and... it's not all that hard, but my guess is I think so because I'm already used to a much harder level. I'm not saying that it will be easy to get A's, but it will be much easier than here. Try scoring 100% on any exam... But even if you do get 100% on a practical exam you go to a theory exam and if you don't pass the theory you fail. Or if you get a 90% on the theory you'll get a C or a B in the best scenario. I've had exams on which I scored like 98% and I still got B's. But still... it depends on the teachers, on how hard you study, on your luck, because exams are sometimes all about luck - getting the one question you know the best or being asked the only thing you don't know... But that's quite the offtopic...
Taking in mind the scoring systems that I've posted above. My B=5.00 will it be considered a 2:1 or a 1? Because for the MSc that I've liked I'm required to get a 2:1, but if they accept it as a 1 it will be just a big plus for me. Also... if I have a 4.80 which is still considered a B over here, does it mean it's a 2:1? or it goes down to 2:2?
For example... if one student has two A's and two B's (2x6 + 2x5 = 22 / 4 = 5.50 which is A over here) will it be a 2:1 or a 1?
I tried if they consider that 75% of the mark is a 1 then 0.75 x 6 = 4.5 which means that anything from 4.50 over here to 6.00 is considered a 1 in the UK?
Or I should just give up on calculations and ask the universities?